iOS Apple iOS 13 Expected to Arrive with Revamped Home Screen, Dark Mode, Always On Display Feature and More By Somnath Brahma Posted on 5 days ago Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr With iOS 12 all done and dusted, users of Apple devices have started to shift their focus on the next iteration of the company’s flagship mobile operating system, iOS 13. While Apple just launched the second developer beta version of iOS 12.1.1 that introduces a couple of new features like FaceTime Live Photo and more, new iOS 13 concepts have now appeared showcasing a bunch of new features and additions. The new iOS 13 concepts come from popular concept creator Jacob Rendina who has shared a video on his official YouTube channel. The video shows a revamped Home screen, multitasking support to run two apps side by side at the same time and the ability to lock individual apps for added security. Another great addition to Apple iOS 13 includes the always on display feature that the users have been waiting for a long time. In addition to these features, Apple iOS 13 is also expected to bring a revamped dark mode along with multi-user support. Talking about features for iPad models, iOS 13 is expected to bring multitasking support to Apple iPads that should fit well on the larger display screen of these devices. As of now, we are still very far from getting a sneak peek at Apple iOS 13, which is expected to debut at WWDC 2019 next year so it cannot be said for certain that all these features will be made available on the upcoming iteration or not. Moreover, since the revelation comes from an unofficial source, this report should be taken with a pinch of salt. However, since most of these features are already available on its rival platform Android, Apple is expected to roll them out with iOS 13 to stay in the competition. As some more time goes by, we are expected to receive more news about iOS 13 and possibly an announcement from Apple in this regard.